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Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (NSTC) is a tool for research supporting a wide variety of disciplines. NSTC includes well-known and obscure works of literature, important translations, legal documents, political pamphlets, medical and scientific monographs, journals, and periodicals, allowing users to build research bibliographies and save them to a personal archive, or print, email or download them. 

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Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 258 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
58 A Communication given to Joanna, in Answer to Mr. Brothers' last Book, published the end of this year, 1802 Southcott, Joanna
1802
13100 A compendium of useful information, on the works of creation and providence, by way of dialogue. Compiled chiefly for the use of schools on the improved system of education. Fletcher, Martha
1818 1
14542 A Description of the Part of Devonshire Bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy; Its Natural History, Manners, Customs, Superstitions, Scenery, Antiquities, Biography of Eminent Persons, &c. &c. In a Series of Letters to Robert Southey, Esq. By Mrs. Bray, Author of 'Travels in Normandy,' 'Fitz of Fitz-Ford,' 'The Talba,' 'De Foix,' etc. In Three Volumes. Bray, Anna Eliza
John Murray II [Albemarle] (London)
1836
11127 A few weeks at Clairmont Castle: containing ... By Miss Pearson. Hofland, Barbara
Thomas Dean and Munday [35 Threadneedle Street] (London)
1828
14587 A Journal of Eighteen Days Excursion on the Eastern and Southern Borders of Dartmoor, and on the Western Vicinity of Exmoor; Including Ilfracombe, Lynton, &c. By Miss Dixon, Author of “Castalian Hours,” &c. &c. Dixon, Sophie
1830
14588 A Journal of Ten Days Excursion on the Western and Northern Borders of Dartmoor. By Miss Dixon, Author of “Castalian Hours,” &c. &c. Dixon, Sophie
1830
13112 A legacy, or Widow's Mite, left by Alice Hayes, to her children and others: being a brief relation of her life. To which is added, the testimony of Tottenham Monthly Meeting concerning her. Fifth Edition. Hayes, Alice
William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch] (London)
1836 5
20 A Letter to the President and Members of the Geological Society, in answer to certain observations contained in Mr. Greenough's Anniversary address of 1834. By Mrs. Callcott. Callcott, Maria
1834 1st
8550 A Marvellous Pleasant Love-Story. In Two Volumes. Wright, Elizabeth
Minerva Press, William Lane (London)
1801 1
9235 A New-England Tale. From the Second American Edition, revised and corrected by the author. Sedgwick, Catharine Maria
John Miller [69 Fleet Street] (London)
1822 1
8945 A Peep into the Thuilleries; or, Parisian Manners: Including the Amours of Eugene de Rothelin. A Novel, in two volumes. By the Author of 'Adela de Senange'. Fileul, Adélaïde-Marie-Emilie
Michael Allen and Co. (London)
1811 1
14583 A Picture of Monmouthshire, or an Abridgement of Mr. Coxe’s Historical Tour in Monmouthshire. By a Lady. Coxe, Emilia Henrietta
Coxe, William
Thomas Cadell and William Davies (London)
1802
13133 A Short Account of the experience of Mrs. H. A. Rogers. Written by herself. With a brief extract from her diary. Rogers, Hester Ann
Robert Napper (Dublin)
1803
12221 A Short Account of the Life and Death of Miss Mary Mallitt . . . . Together with Her Letters, Reflections, and Poetry, upon Various Subjects Mallitt, Mary
William Baynes (Leeds)
1808
14445 A Tour in the Isle of Wight, in the Autumn of 1820. Currente Calamo. Unknown,
1822
14584 A Tour through the Upper Provinces of Hindostan; Comprising a Period between the Years 1804 and 1814: with Remarks and Authentic Anecdotes. To Which Is Annexed, a Guide up the River Ganges, with a Map from the Source to the Mouth. By A. D. Deane, Ann
Charles and John Rivington (London)
1823
14813 A Tribute of Sorrow and Affection to the Memory of a Beloved Son, of Extraordinary Promise, who was Accidentally Drowned by falling from the Prince's Dock Pier-Head into the River Mersey, September 23, 1821, in the Sixteenth Year of his Age. By Ellen Robinson, authoress of A Poem on the Death of Spencer, &c. Embellished with Engravings done by the Late Thomas Robinson, the lamented Subject of the following Lines, in the former part of his Apprenticeship. Robinson, Ellen
1821
11493 A Visit to Bonaparte, in Plymouth-Sound. With Another Piece Descriptive of Stoke Potts, Ethelinda Margaretta
G. Granville (Great Britain)
Samuel Rowe (Plymouth)
William Grey (Stonehouse)
1815
14450 A Young Englishman's First Residence in Jamaica. By a Widow. Unknown, [Woman]
1836
8679 Adelaide; or, The Chateau de St. Pierre. In Four Volumes. A Tale of the Sixteenth Century. By Mrs. Edgeworth. Edgeworth, Mrs.
James Fletcher Hughes [Wigmore Street] (London)
1806 1
8545 Adonia, A Desultory Story, In Four Volumes. Inscribed, by Permission, To Her Grace the Duchess of Buccleugh. Richardson, Caroline E.
Alexander and James Black and Parry (London)
John Bell and John Bradfute [32 Parliament Close] (Edinburgh)
1801 1
10942 Affection's offering: a token of love and friendship. By Clara Hall, authoress of "Parlour stories," etc. etc.; with fine engravings. Hall, Clara
Edward Lacey (London)
1835
13011 Alice Grant, The two cousins, and The fair day. Blyth, Phoebe
Samuel Darton and Robert Harvey [1833-38] (London)
1835
8819 Alphonso; or, The Natural Son. By Madme. de Genlis, author of Sainclair, The Siege of Rochelle, The Recollections of Felicia, The Earl of Cork, &c. &c. Translated from the French. In three volumes. du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité
Henry Colburn [Conduit Street] (London)
1809 1st
8805 Alzylia, a novel, in four volumes. Weimar, Miss
Clement Chapple [66 Pall Mall] (London)
1808 1